Saint John's, Isle of Man, Europe. Trumpeters in military attire on Tynwald Day. : Stock Photo
Saint John's, Isle of Man, Europe. Trumpeters in military attire on Tynwald Day. : Stock Photo

Saint John's, Isle of Man, Europe. Trumpeters in military attire on Tynwald Day.

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Tynwald is the iIsle of Man's legislative body. Tynwald Day is the national Day on the Isle of Man. By law the Isle of Man Parliament must come forth from the St. John's church once a year on Tynwald Day to the ancient Celtic hill fort (under the canopy) to decree the laws enacted that year, and to hear any grievance from any citizen who is seeking justice. The Sword of State is carried out as the embodiment of the nation.

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